The Firefly 202 Portable FireWire Interface from Phonic is an affordable, easy-to-use, audio interface for performers and songwriters who want to record guitars, keyboards, vocals, and more to the com... Read More
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The Firefly 202 Portable FireWire Interface from Phonic is an affordable, easy-to-use, audio interface for performers and songwriters who want to record guitars, keyboards, vocals, and more to the computer. It features 2 balanced 1/4" inputs and 2 balanced 1/4" outputs which are sent to and from the computer in real time through the 24-bit/96kHz FireWire connection.
Also included is a high-volume headphone output with dedicated level control, ideal for the monitoring of recordings. Compatible with the most popular of digital audio workstation software, this compact, bus-powered Phonic FireWire interface is small enough to go anywhere you take your music. Comes with Cubase LE software.
2 x 2 24-bit/96kHz FireWire stream I/O
Comes with Cubase LE software
Headphone output with dedicated level control for monitoring
Two 1/4" TRS inputs and two 1/4" TRS outputs
6-pin FireWire connector
Low-latency ASIO software direct monitoring
FireWire LED indicator
Powered via DC power supply or FireWire connection
Mac OS X and Windows XP & Vista compatible
Microsoft Windows XP with SP2 or Windows Vista
Available FireWire port (we suggest the ADS Pyro PCI 64 or 64R2
Intel Pentium 4 processor or equivalent AMD Athlon processor
Motherboard with Intel or VIA chipset
5400 RPM or faster hard disk drive (7200 RPM or faster with 8MB
256MB or more of RAM (512MB recommended)
OS X 10.3.5 or later with native FireWire support (OS X 10.4.7
may have some stability issues)
G4 or newer processor
256MB or more of RAM
Inputs (1 & 2): 2 x 1/4" TRS, Bal.
Outputs (1 & 2): 2 x 1/4" TRS, Bal.
Phones output: 1 x 1/4" TRS, Bal.
FireWire Interface: 2 in & 2 out, 24-bit/96kHz
Volume Controls: Rotary
Phones Level Control: Yes
Frequency Response (input to output)
20Hz ~ 20KHz: +0/-1dB
S/N ratio: <- 88 dBu
THD+N (Any output, 1KHz @ 0dBu,
20Hz to 20KHz, channel inputs): <0.05%
Input: +16.1 dBu
Output: +6 dBu
Phone Output: +2 dBu/100 Ohm (1/100W)
Input 10 KOhms
Output: 100 Ohms
Phones: 50 Ohms
Power Requirement (external power supply, depends on region): AC-DC adaptor, output 12V, 750mA (6 Watt)
I gig with a MacBook running Ableton Live and a Yamaha Grand or a Korg M3. The Firefly is a perfect audio interface for providing a clean output from my MacBook. It's transparent, portable and stable. Great purchase. I'm surprise more people aren't using it.